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supplies a lot of energy to western europe in the form of natural gas. this fall it is possible, purely speculative it is possible some of those energy supplies will be squeezed. russian mob does not losing billions of dollars. vladmir putin, good friend with some of the oligarches, he is not happy. heather: we're here in the good ol' u.s. of a, so any impact on us here? >> yes. minor leagues but we're breathing a sigh of relief. when the stock market opened this monday morning even though it followed a series of all-time record highs you will probably see stocks go up a little bit more at opening bell this morning because of a bailout of cyprus. heather: stu varney, thanks for joining us. we appreciate it. you've been busy. >> yep. bill: detroit is taking a big step to solve its financial issues. the new emergency financial manager starts today. kevyn orr, a bankruptcy lawyer and rescue specialist. orr saying failure is not an option when it comes to digging the city out of a deep financial hole. detroit has $14 billion in long-term liabilities. that includes underfunded pension progra
's do the twist. >> they said it became the excitement and energy. dick clark chubby checkers to record a new version of the song. it is more than two dozen sounds of the 20th century being added to the national recording registry. they are forever being recorded for cultural importance. that's your five at five. >> great stuff. president obama just arriving a short time ago at the museum. day three of his trip to israel. and that is the state's official memorial to victims of the holocaust. elizabeth prann is live for us in washington with more on what's happening today. hi there, elizabeth. >> good morning, heather. president obama's trip continues on his final day in israel and what the president did was just as important as his message. he visited the famous holocaust memorial just as you said as well as a number of other symbolic spots such as the grave site of rabin a prime minister known as a symbol of the peace pro-prospects. he took the his time to pay his respects. >> the president reiterated to prime minister benjamin netanyahu the importance of peace and the vision of two st
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of people cheering at every play. the energy was very electric. it should be very good again tomorrow. >> reporter: many students will be going home for spring break but say they will be watching from home. and the women's team is also receiving a lot of buzz. >> i don't think our women's teams get any credit, ever. >> reporter: as long as the team keeps winning, the enthusiasm will keep growing. rob roth, ktvu news. >>> ktvu.com has a special section dedicated to the ncaa tournament. click on our home page and test your knowledge with our march madness quiz. >>> numbers from nonprofit open secrets show cal spent $740,000 last year for lobbying. that money is used to bring more funding back to the school. >> spending 500,000 or $1 million over the course of one year could bring back 10 million, $20 million to the university or even a whole lot more and hey that's a great investment for them. >> reporter: colleges and universities spent almost $90 million on lobbying last year. >>> we continue to cover live breaking news. this is where police are responding to reports of a suspicious p
within a very short period of time, just a few years to become energy independent. what does that do? >> sean: you just hit my favorite topic of the world. we have more oil than iraq and saudi arabia but we're dumb. >> and $80 a barrel, iran is finished. they will be so nervous about making their people happy at that point they are overextended economically, at that point if it is their nukes. >> sean: i still want to take out facilities. anyone disagree. you are at 50/50? >> you have to understand here, i think we have such an american ideology. this is war of ideology. that is very apparent today. iranian regime making the statement if they are going to see both those extensions of each other, they don't differentiate we will atta nile eight tel aviv. we have talks about having talks. right now in iran, let's understand what is going on iran. people are off from school. they are home from work. they are watching the television and why did the regime come out with such a powerful statement against u.s. and israel. that is what rallies people around their flag. they will continue to
more on that. if we could talk about is the changing energy environment globally and especially in the united states, as the united states becomes more self-sufficient rather than independent, and how that impacts the relationship with our countries? >> yes, you know, i think that -- we have had some divergences. some of it comes down to messaging, as we were saying before. we have the same sorts of reservations and worries about exactly what is the u.s. policy and will the u.s. actually back up those policies as the other allies do. that extend beyond the middle east. the divergence has been the ascendancy of islamic groups. the united states have been relatively sanguine about that. many are worried about the intentions of groups like the muslim brotherhood. when it comes to iran, i think there is a concern amongst the allies we focus on what is exclusively on the nuclear issue, almost as if we are having an arms control negotiations. many of our allies see it in a much broader sense, causing trouble in the region. again, i don't think that the administration doesn't see those
to move, you know, and then look at d. dams d, energy d plus. aviation d. this worries me frankly. drinking water d. roads d. this is humbling. tell me what you make of it. i'm interested in your take as a former politician, a recovering politician maybe. every politician says they want to invest in infrastructure. i feel like it's in every state of the union address ever and yet look at the grades greg's organization is giving us for it. >> well, the truth is every politician says it but they don't act upon it. interestingly, stimulus because of the tiger grants gave a lot of money to rail freight and rail went from a c minus to c plus the greatest improvement in the last five years on the report. president obama did invest in infrastructure. not enough. the afce estimates we need to spend $200 billion a year more in the next eight years to just get our infrastructure into fairly good shape. building america's future report came out two years ago and said the same thing. $200 million a year more and the omb certainly not a radical organization said that $180 billion a year more w
, mr. president, on a personal note, i know how valuable the time raine the energies of the american president, of yourself. this is the tenth time that we have met since you became president and since i became prime minister. you've chosen israel as your first venue in your visit, your foreign visit, in your second term. i want to thank you for the investment you have made in our relationship, and in strengthening the friendship and alliance between our two countries. it is deeply, deeply appreciated. you have come here on the eve of passover. i have always considered it as our most cherished holiday. it celebrates the jewish people's passage from slavery to freedom. through the ages, it is also inspired people, struggling for freedom, including the foundings, the founding fathers of the united states, so it is a profound honor to host you, the leader of the free world, at this historic time in our ancient capital. mr. president, welcome to israel. welcome to jerusalem. >> thank you. thank you. well, thank you, prime minister netanyahu, for your kind words and for your wonderful wel
have members of congress reacting to this split and the energy is on that 31% repeal it side. you know, people that have it don't feel a threat that it's going to be taken away or anything. so i think a lot of, you know, in an election year as you go in now positioning for 2014 not just on this, but on the budget, on other things your going to see, you know, people gravitating, politicians gravitating to where they think the energy is. i don't think it's going to be much of an issue in 2014, though, and here's why, jon. if you're a republican and you ran in 2012 saying if you elect me and i'll repeal it, the end of 2014 you say reelect me, and i'll repeal it. there are going to be people out there saying, well, that's what you told us last time, and you didn't get it done. so i think it's going to have less energy as a divisive sort of wedge b issue in 2014. i could be wrong, but that's just my gut right now. jon: but there are 33 states that have refused to set up those exchanges. that means the federal government is going to have to step in and do the job in those 33 states. that's g
in the energy sector, that is, counties and metro areas that have a strong energy sector, north dakota in a secular -- particular. host: what affects publishing growth? -- population growth? guest: employment. federal grants are driven by a formula that excludes population estimates. if you are and orange counties are losing -- population, that might be problematic because grants are tied to your population estimates. not that they don't trust the census, but their numbers are closely tied to funding. you talked about publishing growth and concentration. why is that significant? it is a two-part thing. the country overall is growing slower than it was 10 years ago. the growth is more concentrated than it was. you have counties that are gaining and even fewer that are gaining a lot of people. half of the country's population last year to be accounted for the 46th largest gaining counties. populationcentrated growth, even more so than 10 years ago. it took about 63 counties to get to that 50% mark. host: beecher in greenville, kentucky. urban caller. good morning. theer: my question is f
in is confirming that an electrical relay device malfunctioned. the company supplying the energy says crews installed the device to prevent a power failure, but obviously that didn't happen. >> getting a chance to meet one of the team's biggest stars in hayward tonight. stefan curry will appear at the sports store at 7:00 tonight. this season the warriors are expected to make the playoffs for the first time since 2007. >> time now, 7:21. it's time to make those plans for the weekend. look outside. there's your morning. here comes the sun. ktvu's bill martin is here. he'll tell you whether this nice weather will continue. >> public workers are finding out what consequences they will face after keeping something valuable they found while on the clock. >>> good morning. if you're driving on 237 you're going to see crowding. it's better than it normally is. we'll tell you more about the traffic and weather, coming up. three city workers will not face charges after they sold gold jewelry while cleaning out sewers. they sold them to the modesto gold, jewelry, and coin store for 2500 bucks. now, p
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on a personal note. i know how valuable the time and energy is of the american president, yourself. this is the 10th time we have met since you became president and since i became prime minister. you have chosen israel is your fort and then you -- venue your foreign visit and your second term. thank you for the investment you have made in our relationship and in strengthening that friendship and alliance between our two countries. it is deeply appreciated. you have come here on the eve of passover. i've always considered it it as our most cherished holiday. it celebrates the jewish passage from slavery to freedom. has alsohe ages, it inspired people struggling for freedom, including the founding fathers of the united states. it is a profound honor to host you, the leader of the free world, at this historic time in our ancient capital. mr. president, welcome to israel and jerusalem. [applause] thank you. thank you, prime minister netanyahu, for your kind words and your warm welcome. i want to express a special thanks to sarah and your two sons for their warmth and hospitality. it wa
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of acquiring energy. there is an enormously negative impact on the global economy. particularly in asia. every adjourning area next to iran is susceptible to a local war which used to be called people's war. he wanted us to be passively friendly, expecting soviet reactions. likelyasked what is the soviet reaction by the president of the united states? they may state border incidents, we have had lots of them. usn he says they may invade from mongolia where they have 22 armored divisions and strike southward towards beijing directly. he says we will use people's war, and i know what he meant. the kind of things we experienced also. people's wars do not adequately . do not end quickly. we are not going to kill all iranians. even if they do these things in the region. the protracted conflict will make this experience a bit -- make this experience of a decade ago seemed like a trifle. therefore i am worried by we are trying to buy off this pressure the president is feeling for commitments to military action against iran without fully contemplating the large scale geopolitical consequences, the aff
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of energy. i has a lot of thing, he won the cpac. i think he is a better politician than his dad is. i think he has a broader reach in terms of actually getting the nomination in 2016. i think that's probably a stretch. going back to whaurp saying, i think you were touching on something important. he has this larger than life personality. you cannot help but watch him with those kids and like your heart melts. you can't help but like the guy in that moment. and you can get away with a lot more when you have that. when you're mitt romney and you have no charm. >> no personality. >> everybody is looking at, where are you on this issue, we don't like that and picking you apart. when you're chris christie, you can get away with not being where the republican base is because you have this brash go out and get them personality. you can get away with not being as liberal as the country wants you to be. because the same thing, you get sense that this is a real human being. >> he is getting away with it now. >> so unusual to see a politician who actually feel like a real human being. >> he definitely
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stuff on that side, little less stuff on that side, some dark matter, dark energy pushing things away. >> how do we read this? >> i don't know. looks to me like the earth has tendonitis. i don't know bha that means. >> but what does -- the universe is still expanding, isn't it? so how old do we think it is now? >> we think it's another 100 million years old. >> right. >> and you think that's kind of a lot, but in really in universe time that's not so much because you're thinking 13 million, the farther we see, the more we see, i think this is going to be a trend. we're going to see older and older things as we go on. because the telescopes are getting better, computers are getting better, we're able to see farther and farther. >> and the assessment also improving. >> there's a photo from that long -- you did a good job though. >> i tried. >> i was following you there. >> something about -- >> i lost you at chad. >> fantastic. thank you, chad. >> chad myers. i did follow him. >> i know you did. >> all right. coming up, turning trash into art. check out those glasses there. >> maybe loo
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and mike gossly. i'm on energy and commerce now. but it was the inclusion of the minority in the legislative process and it was at the committee level you really blished your relationships. i know whether we spend less time or more time in washington nothing is going to work unless we come together at those times when we really get to know one another. in my opinion that is at the committee level. if we can do something and work something there. i'm not sure how leadership exerts its leadership on chairs and ranking members of committees and subcommittees. but there in lies the answer. it's a tremendous strength. i've always been hopeful that the chairs and the ranking members would understand the importance of including the minority. you know what happens when you are in the majority, you are going to win every one of the votes. it's just the way it was. but things change drastically. that is one of the answers. i don't think that we're ever going to get away from being partisan. your question of whether willing tons compromise and that you will survive an election becau
to serve under a couple of chairs. it is totally different. i'm on energy and commerce now. it was the inclusion of the minority and the legislative process and it was the committee level that you establish your relationships. i know if we spend more or less time in washington nothing is going to work unless we come together at those times when we get to know one another. in my opinion, that is at the committee level. if we can do something and work something there -- i'm not sure how leadership exerts its influence on chairs and ranking members of committees and sub committees. but there lies the answer. i think it is a tremendous strength and i've always been hopeful that the chairs and the ranking members would understand the importance of including the minority. you know what happens, when you're the majority you're going to win every one of the votes. that is the way it was. but things change drastically. i think that is one of the answers. i don't think we're going to get away from being partisan. the question is, your willingness to compromise. that's it. and you wil
to supplement what would be the federal efforts. >> there is so much negative energy for opponents of the ach. when we are talking to our neighbors, not everyone knows it is a good thing. some people think they should wait. we want people to sign up. talking to a community-based organization -- there are a lot of resources but there will not be a perfect plan handed to you. do not wait. you can in do what your community to seek out these resources. to not wait until it comes to you. go to it. >> [indiscernible] one of the things we are trying to do is pass along the because it has been well articulated that there is a traditional role in helping the people they serve get access to these expanded programs. we need to put the tools in place. we coordinate a united states conference on aids every year. --bring healthcare divisors we bring healthcare divisors. this is how we will get ready to get the folks with the ach. you can meet in new orleans september 11. we have so much good information. i know you want to ask questions. we want to open it up for questions to our panelists and also for jen
. so, i', ve got energy and style all day. dr. sc. holl's for her . for foheels and flats. i'm i'a believe. >> we're back is 757. a quick update on the situation in the east bay highway 4 our traffic hot spot. a multi vehicle accident near will pass through it backed up traffic all it antioch. earlier drive time running upward of two hours. we just got the update is down to about 80 minutes. 80 minutes is your drive time which is still twice what it normally is. will have full details coming up. >> traffic is still creek along. this is one of the worst commute to the barrier. on a good day i would imagine the traffic is backed up for miles on high way for westbound this morning. >> it is folly back up. >> for your show as a picture. the road that parallels i wherefore was worse in the freeway has gotten any better. >> it looks like it has got better. some of the frontage roads have eased up over the last 15 or 20 minutes. traffic is still creeping along west bound for. >> indeed it is led us to go to the traffic maps. it is backed up all the way into antioch. the accident itself
. tremendous energy on film and tv when we see her. what is it like when you put it together. >> well, she's not that funny or anything, so we just try to fill in the gaps. she's great, obviously highly intelligent and so easy to work with. it was a great, fun experience all the way around. >> many of us saw you in "lincoln," the film, which was wonderful. and many of us watch you constantly in reruns of "e.r." both pretty serious dramas, what was it like to be a comedy? >> it was a relief. listen, for the rest of my life i had carry a great deal of personal fulfillment and great deal of, you know -- very proud of the work on both e.r. and in stevens masterpiece lincoln, no question about it. really fun to have fun and "lincoln" was great fun. but to have levity in what i was doing. >> in the subject of careers, wallace, i'm sure i will indulge you like every other person has indulged you. you played one of the iconic villains from "the princess bride." >> you made your decision. >> i came australia, and it is entire entirely colonized by criminals. and i do not trust you. >> you have a di
and energy and sam francisco this week bringing to life 5000 years of chinese civilization and through classical chinese dance and music. jenny and cast the spirit of a culture of long- lost. the show moves quickly through regions, dynasties and legends. there nearly 100 artists, 400 costumes and the only orchestra and world featuring classical western and chinese instruments as permanent members. it plays at march 20th of the 24th at the warfield theater and sampras is go every night. weekend matinee performances have been sold out. a new exhibition at the san francisco museum of modern art kicks off this week. the police because the class is on display until june. the collection features on remedies, georgia o'keeffe and diego rivera, pablo picasso amerada marini. that is this week's bay area arts and entertainment report. the >> when it comes to arts and entertainment, you will not be able to see this sam francisco symphony. they moved into their 10th day of a strike. a handful of striking musicians perform in front of davies symphony hall over the lunch hour yesterday. other musici
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that showed up for that endorsement. we spent a lot of time and a lot of energy and effort making sure that scott walker and ron johnson won that primary. that was our decision. i would not have appreciated the national party countrymen and telling the state of wisconsin i do not know about scott walker i think we will go with mark neumann. that is ridiculous. that is the point. it is not that we want to handcuff ourself it is just not practical. it is not right. on to beors have gone some of the most significance president rick significant president's. -- the most significant presence. are you doing enough to support that? >> that is the plan for 2013 and 2014. i know our state parties do a lot of work. the rga does. we have a different party, it too. 15 or 20 years ago or maybe more there was not nrcc. there was not 10 or 20 different super pacs. we have a big group of organizations that are involved in getting republicans and conservatives elected. together notput only the best infrastructure and and overallhanics messaging. for the most are there are lots of players out there that
regularly to the international atomic energy agency in vienna. we continue to urge that the syrian regime be completely transparent about what it has been doing with respect to its nuclear program. with respect to access, we have long wanted that. we argued for it consistently. with the fighting in the area now, we would have to find out if it would want to go. >> you can address that at another time, the other question. thank you for the time. thank you, ambassador. >> thank you. we will go to david. >> thank you. thank you for convening this important hearing. thank you to the witnesses for their testimony. two questions. secretary carey has said the policy of the united states is to change aside = = assad's -- assad's calculations. i would like your assessment as to whether or not there is any evidence he has begun to change his calculation in that direction and whether or not there is a set of individuals the opposition might be prepared to negotiate with and whether the geneva framework makes any sense or if there is any prospect for its -- for resolution. i want to also thank you fo
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